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WVU now offering master’s in health administration program

In an effort to meet growing healthcare needs across the state, the West Virginia University School of Public Health is now offering...

WVU Medicine performs state’s first heart transplant

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – On Saturday, Robert Parsons, a 61-year-old male from Chesapeake, Ohio, got a new lease on life when surgeons at...

Breaking the code in Appalachia: WVU researchers hope to improve identification of gifted students...

Only 1.8 percent of West Virginia public school students are identified “gifted,” or having intellectual abilities higher than average. That’s well below...

WVU Extension Service partnership provides oil and gas job training for high school seniors

Four hundred West Virginia high school seniors can enter a pipeline of future workers in the oil and gas industry through an...

Grammy-winning recording artist Kathy Mattea to be Distinguished Artist in Residence at WVU

Masterclasses, one-on-one mentoring and maybe even a jam session with a country music icon await students in the West Virginia University College...

WVU Foundation captures prestigious MarCom awards

The West Virginia University Foundation’s Communications team won four awards in the 2019 international MarCom Awards, which recognizes outstanding creative achievement in...

It’s electric: WVU breaks new ground in developing transportable, carbon-neutral energy source

Electricity is something we rarely think about -- we expect it to be there, flowing hundreds of feet over our heads, powering...

New WVU program aims to serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

High school graduates with intellectual and developmental disabilities will soon be joining West Virginia University’s campus through a new program developed to...

WVU researcher studies link between caffeine, sleep and alcohol use in middle-schoolers

Research into young people’s drinking habits tends to focus on high school and college students. Middle school students are rarely the subject....

Health Sciences and Technology Academy celebrates 25 years of mentorship and empowerment

Only about half of West Virginians who graduate high school enroll in college. What if there were a way to boost that...




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